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Marvelle Harwood

Marvelle Harwood, 80, of American Falls, beloved mother, grandmother, sister and friend, passed away peacefully at her home on Friday morning, Nov. 1, 2013. She was born on Nov. 2, 1932 to David Marvin and Oneita Leishman Morris, in Kemmerer,…

Taking care of our own

There are a few common experiences we share as humans, many of which are emotional. Among the universal emotions we share frustration comes close to the top of the list of emotions we wish we never had to experience. It…

Comics funnier when you’re lazy

We took the comics very seriously in our house when I was growing up. On lazy Sunday afternoons, we would get the  Sunday comics and read them over and over. Then we would discuss them. Then we would rate them…

Tigers come up short at state

The Aberdeen Tigers played their first game of the state playoffs at Holt Arena against the North Fremont Huskies on Thursday, Oct. 31. The Tigers fell a little short of a victory, losing by two touchdowns 28-14. “The Huskies are…

Janeal Johnson

Janeal Johnson passed away Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013 after a sudden illness. Janeal was born in Brainerd, Minnesota, on April 2, 1952 to Albert and Mabel Johnson. They moved to Aberdeen, ID, when she was an infant. She attended school…

Election Results

Here are the official election results for American Falls and Rockland City Council Positions: http://www.press-times.com/electionresults.pdf

City council elections take place Tuesday

New process for voter identification by Daniel Moore Press staff writer City council elections in American Falls and Rockland will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 5. The American Falls election is the only contested election. Five candidates will be running…

Picture of the week: Goodbye Old Glory

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Members of the American Legion, Sons of the American Legion, and the American Legion Women’s Auxiliary gathered at the Idaho Fish and Game American Falls Fish Hatchery on Saturday, Oct. 26, to retire unserviceable flags. Hundreds of American flags were gathered for disposal. Flags that are damaged and not repairable to original condition are removed from service by burning after inspection by Legion members and a ceremony consecrating the retirement of each flag. The Idaho Fish and Game offered the location for the ceremony as well as the use of their burn permit.